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Homework Help: A Raisin in the Sun

Posted by Anonymous on Monday, September 3, 2007 at 7:17pm.

What is your impression of Mrs. Johnson and her message?
(Could you just check to see if my answer sounds all right?):
My impression of Mrs. Johnson and her message is that she is basically a good person, though a little nosy. She says nice things about the Youngers and asks if they need any help when she is there. It was good of her to let the Youngers know about the bombing of the black family's home. By telling them this, she was warning them about the racism they will face if they move to the white neighborhood.

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